Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 9 : Computer software; computer software relating to the provision of games over a global computer network; mouse-mats; compact discs; CD-ROMs; DVDs; data carriers; pre-recorded music; sound and/or video recordings; electronic publications; electronic games; magnets; sunglasses; magnetic encoded cards, and cards containing and integrated circuit chips, and computer software designed to enable such cards to interact with terminals and card-readers; computer software for transmitting, displaying, and storing transaction, prepaid, identification and financial information for use in pre-pay, Internet, banking and telecommunications services.... More
Class 16 : Books, printed matter, newsletters, magazines, posters, wall-charts, calendars, note-books, catalogues, order-forms, photographs, promotional literature, vouchers, pre-payment cards, identity cards, credit cards, debit cards; stationery, labels, tags, greetings cards; comics.
Class 25 : Articles of clothing; footwear; headgear.
Class 28 : Sporting apparatus and equipment; toys, games, dolls, stuffed toys, soft toys, balloons, figurines, toy and novelty face-masks; novelties in the form of souvenirs; computer games apparatus, electronic games apparatus and video games apparatus (included in class 28).
Class 35 : Retail services, being the bringing together, for the benefit of others, of a variety of goods, through a television shopping channel or a global communications network, enabling customers conveniently to view and to purchase those goods by means of telecommunications.
Class 41 : Entertainment and education services; sporting and cultural activities; all provided on-line or from the Internet; production of television and radio programmes and motion pictures; provision of information relating to entertainment, education, music, sport, travel and recreation; rental of videos and films; games and competitions; on-line game-playing services; broadcasting and providing access to all types of music, and other forms of entertainment via the Internet, television, satellite, radio and video media and via global and local computer networks.... More
Class 42 : Writing software for others; designing websites, systems analysis, up-dating developing and maintenance of software; leasing access time to a computer database; design of portals for a global computer network; hosting websites of others; provision of services relating to the receipt, processing, storage, display, recording and transmission of data and of audio and visual information.